Synonyms of 'equable'
even-tempered and reasonableHe was a man of the most equable temperament.
He was normally a very even-tempered person.
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
She was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
She looked as calm and serene as always.
They have a very easy-going attitude to life.
She was a placid child who rarely cried.
His final report was more temperate than earlier ones.
She is level-headed and practical.
Professional life-savers need to be calm and unflappable.
Anne had remained unruffled, very cool and controlled.
He was cool and aloof, and imperturbable.
(of a climate) not varying much throughout the year, and neither very hot nor very coldThe climate has grown more equable and the crop yields have risen.
The temperature should be kept more or less constant.
a very regular beat
a stable marriage
It is important to have an even temperature when you work.
the steady beat of the drums
Chips should be cut into uniform size and thickness.
consistent, , , ,
He has never been the most consistent of players.
on an even keel,
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in the sense of calm
not showing or not feeling agitation or excitementTry to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
in the sense of composed
(of people) in control of their feelingsShe was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
keeping your cool,
as cool as a cucumber,
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